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Self-managed teams can create greater productivity


A feature article on the website focuses on some of the ways in which self-managed teams can be helped to work most effectively.

Researchers have found that a manager's attitude about teams is even more important to creating self-managing teams than the first line supervisor's attitude and that problem solving teams thrive on adversity.

The article goes on to explore the use of problem solving within teams, optimum management arrangements for teams, and the role of conflict within teams. It ends with some pointers towards what to do next.

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